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ACTIVE FOR LIFE CLUB
Dumont Hall, Point Clear.


A group of residents in Point Clear decided that they would like to extend the fitness classes they attended at the Clacton Leisure Centre, to their own part of the District here in St. Osyth.

They drew up a business plan and submitted an application for grant assistance to the 'Awards For All', Lottery Funding and to the Rural Community Council of Essex, for a Rural Activities Grant, to help them purchase the equipment necessary and to employ the services of a fully qualified instructor. Their bids was successful and they received 5,000 from 'Awards For All' and 900 from 'Rural Activities Grants'.

They held a sampler 'keep fit' session, advertised widely on the 1st July 2003 to which anybody who thought they might be interested was invited to come along and since that date they have a regular attendance of resident anxious to improve their well being through all forms of exercise

The Pictures on this page were taken during two sessions on different days. The words below are taken from a general invitation printed in the Parish Magazine.





We are now up and running on a Tuesday morning at Dumont Hall in Dumont Avenue.
If you are over 50 (ish) and would like to get regular exercise, please come and join us.





At 9.45am we have various sports available for an hour including snooker, darts, short mat bowls and table tennis.
At 11am we have an hour of aerobics and circuit training, followed by tea and biscuits.






If this sounds good to you, do come along on a Tuesday.
For more details ring Margaret on 822159 or Tina on 820948.

7.8.03


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